Navigating the new age of disinformation: The evolving role of fact-checkers in Poland

Disinformation casts a wide net, infiltrating all aspects of society: from health and the environment to defence and politics… Amidst this landscape, several strategies can be explored to combat disinformation, with fact-checking standing out as a pivotal approach. But what is the reality of those who work every day to contribute to a healthier media […]

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Their voices cried the failure of the international community: A visit to Srebrenica

Arriving at the Srebrenica Memorial Site in the context of our study trip to the Western Balkans, I couldn’t help a flashback to the previous semester, when we visited the Bełżec memorial. The memorial of Bełżec, at the site where a Nazi center of extermination for the Jewish people used to operate along the Lublin-Lviv

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How Amazon’s cloud architecture can help safeguard the continuum of governance

In the rapidly evolving domain of cloud computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS) stands as a paragon of innovation and resilience, particularly in the public sector. At a recent seminar at College of Europe in Natolin, led by Dariusz Matczak, an Account Manager at AWS covering the Public Sector in Poland, the spotlight was on the

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Kosovar Turks: the spearhead for a Balkanic paşalık or a misunderstood Ankara foreign policy? Türkiye between kin-state and soft power

 “Unutmayın, Türkiye Kosova’dır, Kosova Türkiye’dir” (Türkiye is Kosovo, Kosovo is Türkiye): these were the words pronounced by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, then Türkiye’s Prime Minister, at the time when he came to the second largest city of Kosovo, Prizren, in 2013. The statement has been criticized by actors, mostly outside of the Balkan Peninsula, as damaging

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Electoral rights, a thorn in EU accession negotiations with Bosnia and Herzegovina

The recommendation by the European Commission to open EU accession negotiations with Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) on March 12th marks a significant milestone in the country’s journey towards European integration. This recommendation comes at a crucial moment, showcasing BiH’s commitment to enacting vital reforms and aligning with the European acquis. Undoubtedly, BiH has taken significant

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Why do migrants cross the rough sea? Getting to the root causes of migration

The Mediterranean Sea is the deadliest sea on earth. Even though it is surrounded by the shores of a Europe which aims to promote human rights, or perhaps because of that, thousands of migrants disappear every year while attempting to cross the water on makeshift boats. The conference : “The Rough Sea : Mediterranean routes

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